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Are you ready for Cross? USA Cycling is excited to offer a special discount on domestic racing licenses when purchasing 2015 and 2016 together! 
Brevard College makes the move to DI. 
Hilton Clarke (Los Angeles, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) and Samantha Schneider (Milwaukee, Wis./ISCorp Cycling p/b SmartChoice MRI) maintained their respective spots atop the USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) standings after the Aug. 22 Chris Thater Memorial in Binghamton, N.Y. The men’s and women’s team standings nearly went untouched as well, with the only change coming when Colavita-Bianchi p/b Fine Cooking and Team TIBCO-SVB swapped fourth and fifth in the women’s rankings.
Eric Engler (GER) and Yesna Rijkhoff (NED) put the finishing touches on the men’s and women’s sprint championships, while Stephen Hall (Santa Monica, Calif./Incycle-Predator Components) and Tela Crane (Sammamish, Wash./Lake Washington Velo) capped off the men’s and women’s endurance titles when the 2015 USA Cycling National Track Calendar (NTC) came to a close with the Aug. 14 Golden Wheel Race/Champions of Sprint and Aug. 21 Keirin Revenge in Trexlertown, Pa.
The Team USA juniors continue to own the summer, adding five more medals to the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) 2015 tally following another wave of Belgian kermesses and the West Flanders Tour.
USA Cycling announced Monday the seven-event Cyclo-Cross National Calendar (CXNC), which will run from September to December in seven different states nationwide.
Howard Grotts (Durango, CO/Specialized Racing) raced to a third place finish at the final cross country mountain bike World Cup of the season at Val di Sol in Trentino, Italy. Grotts' third place finish also secured his third place in the overall standings.
The 2015 elections concluded on Wednesday with 3,130 votes.
Molly will go for a new record on Sept. 12.
Samantha Schneider (Milwaukee, Wis./ISCorp Cycling p/b SmartChoice MRI) moved to the front of the women’s individual standings following the first three events of August with top-five finishes at the Aug. 1 Littleton Criterium, Aug. 4 Tour of Utah Women’s Edition and Aug. 15 Rochester Twilight Criterium. Hilton Clarke (Los Angeles, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) maintains his men’s individual standings lead, while ISCorp Cycling p/b SmartChoice MRI stands first among women’s teams and UnitedHealthcare leads all men’s teams.
The third round of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup took place on Sunday.
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The first junior kermesse block concluded with two wins, and Stephen Bassett (Knoxville, Tenn./Hagens Berman U23) earned the Best Young Rider jersey at the Tour de la Province de Namur on Sunday as the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) rolled into August.
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The UCI Mountain Bike World Cup came to U.S. soil this week, and Aaron Gwin (Wildomar, Calif./Specialized Racing) felt right at home, winning another downhill competition at the eighth installment of the series in Windham, N.Y., on Saturday.
The Regional Technical Commission serves in an advisory function to the Technical Director of USA Cycling and as a supporting function to the National Technical Commission (NTC) with a focus on identification, training, and development of officials in their regions.
USA Cycling announced Tuesday the 13-member roster that will compete at the Sept. 1-6 Pan American Continental Track Championships in Santiago, Chile.
Combining desire and motivation with a Talent ID camp experience can help young riders become champions.
American riders had five top-ten finishes in Mont-Sainte-Anne.
Hilton Clarke (Los Angeles, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) and Erica Allar (Tucson, Ariz.) remained atop the USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) standings following the July 11 Andersen Banducci Twilight Criterium in Boise, Idaho, and July 25 Intelligentsia Cup p/b SRAM in Lake Bluff, Ill., holding onto standings leads as the calendar moves into its second half.
Jill Kintner (Bellingham, Wash./Redbull-Norco) earned the win on July 26 at Snowshoe Wild Hare in Snowshoe, W.V., further extending her dominating lead in the Pro Mountain Bike Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) women’s standings. Bryn Atkinson (AUS/Rocky Mountain Shimano) used an eighth-place result at Snowshoe to gain ground on his men’s standings.
Canadians Raphael Gagne (CAN) and Catherine Pendrel (CAN) won the men’s and women’s U.S. Cup Pro Series presented by Cannondale as well as the Pro MTB Cross-Country Tour (Pro XCT) after strong finishes at the Colorado Springs U.S. Cup.

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